[TxMt] Problem with undo

Venkatesh K kaevee at gmail.com
Mon Feb 11 14:13:21 UTC 2008

On Feb 11, 2008 6:25 PM, Paul McCann <paul.mccann at adelaide.edu.au> wrote:
> Hi again,
> >
> >
> > Thanks for the tip. I was able to fix the problem and in the process I
> > ended up deleting php bundle. How do i get it back?
> I hope that wasn't part of the tip: how did you delete the PHP bundle?  I
> can think of two scenarios...

I am so sorry. Of course it was not part of tip. It was partly my
impatience and partly my carelessness.

> (1) You just unticked it in the "Filter Bundles..." list, in which case you
> can just re-enable it in the same way (ie click "Filter List..." in the
> Bundle editor and reselect "PHP" in the resulting dialog.
> (2) You selected "PHP" in the left column and clicked the "-" sign (and then
> ignored the rather stern warning that stated "If you delete the "PHP" bundle
> you will not be able to get back the items it contains. Do you want to
> continue?"). If this is the situation then I think the easiest way is to
> just download TextMate again and install over the top of the existing copy.

I did the second one.

> Any modifications/additions you've made to bundles will be preserved, and
> the PHP bundle will be "inside" of the new copy of TextMate (but according
> to my test it still won't be visible within the Bundle Editor's list of
> available bundles). To actually have it available for use you can execute
> the following command in a terminal window.
> open /Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Bundles
> Then simply double click on "PHP.tmbundle" in the resulting listing.

In fact, before you wrote,  went all the way to Bundles in finder. Did
not know the double click part :)

Paul, tons of thanks.

Venkatesh. K

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